Youth vote is crucial in Johor election, says Muda's chief

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President of new party Malaysian United Democratic Alliance or Muda speaks with ST Malaysia bureau chief in an interview and shared why the youth vote is crucial in the upcoming Johor election.
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KUALA LUMPUR - Mr Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman, the leader of the new party, Muda, an acronym which means young in Malay, believes the youth vote will be crucial in determining the winner of the forthcoming state election in Johor that is seen as a bellwether for the general election in Malaysia in expected within months.

This is despite the fact that only 175,000 voters aged between 18 and 20 are being added to the 2.6-million strong electoral roll in Johor.

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